IT Companies Working Or Closed On Election Day I.e On 10th April 2014 In Delhi/NCR - CiteHR
JAgdis L Trivedi
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Hi, I am an HR in an IT company,Noida. I wanted to know that whether the IT co’s working or closed on election day i.e on 10th April 2014 in Delhi/Noida
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All employees having Voter ID Card registered at Delhi/ Noida (or other locations where election is scheduled on 10/04/2014) are authorized paid leave on that date. Declaring 10th April as a holiday doesn't seem to be necessary, in my opinion, since an organization may have many employees who may have their Voter IDs from places other than Delhi/ Noida.
It is for experts to give their legal opinion keeping in view that if an employee is given paid leave on election day, but does not cast his/ her vote, can any action be taken against the individual?
Dear Member, There is guideline from election comminissor of India please go through in attach file. J L Trivedi Ahemdabad
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In lieu of this forthcoming Lok Shaba elections, it is mandatory to declare a holiday with wages on the date of polling i.e. 10th April 2014 without compensation for all locations as per the provisions of The Representation of People Act, 1951 (Central Act), You need to declare a holiday on the date of polling and a circular in this regard is to be displayed in the notice board. No employee should work on the polling day and hence inform to all workers / employees in advance.

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Hi,
My organization is having hardly 10-20% voters who are going going to cast their vote on the 10th in Delhi-NCR , rest are from outside Delhi-NCR where the voting dates are different . What should we do as a organization . Should we declare holiday or leave to those who are from Delhi-NCR . Pls suggest
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